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When Snuggies are outlawed, only outlaws will have Snuggies.

A Newton New Jersey teen, one Brandon Ryzner-Meredith, was helping a B&E robbery of the Main Street Grocery in Newton Friday, all while wearing a Snuggie over his hoodie, like you do. Apparently, the Snuggie doesn't make it all that easy to run from police.

Follow me down to central booking to learn more...

According to reports, Mr. Ryzner-Meredith was with friends who had helped him cut a screen on a door and pried it open at the Newton General Store (Sam Drucker could not be reached for comment), when an alert citizen called Newton police to alert them. Ryzner-Meredith was the only one who had not run away far enough from police to be caught.

Ryzner-Meredith was charged with attempted burglary, a third-degree offense, and criminal mischief and possession of burglary tools, both disorderly persons offenses, felony use of a Snuggie in the commission of a crime, and just in general being dressed like a jackass.

Ready, steady, snark away

Originally posted to Witch King on Sat May 16, 2009 at 10:31 AM PDT.


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